Jups Kluyskens, who has a background in philosophy, African studies and public management, is a Governance, Public Sector Management and Evaluation specialist. She has over 28 years of experience in public sector reform, decentralization, anti-corruption and aid modalities and coordination in Asia and Africa. Her sector experience is especially strong in education and health.

She has strong analytical and conceptual skills provided analysis and advice to Governments and donors in areas such as public sector management, civil service reform, including overall strategy, sequencing and implementation. In the area of aid modalities and coordination, she has helped donors review their country programmes, multi donor trust funds in the light of relevant international agreements and budget support.

She also has experience in undertaking evaluations and has undertaken more than 25 evaluations, including outcome evaluations, evaluations of development results and evaluations of regional and country programmes. She has also conducted assessments, mid term reviews as well as evaluating aid instruments, funds and innovative approaches to donor harmonization. She has working experience in post-conflict countries and fragile states. She has ample experience in managing projects in the above areas.

Countries: DRC Congo, Rwanda, Tanzania, Sudan, South Sudan, Indonesia, Libya, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Maldives, Myanmar, Thailand, Uganda, Nigeria, Mali, Gambia, Ghana, Cameroon, Egypt, Sierra Leone, Ethiopia, Senegal, Botswana, South Africa, Liberia, Nepal, Kyrgesztan, Timor Leste, Turkey and Guatemala.

Clients: The World Bank, Asian Development Bank, African Development Bank, DFID, Danida, Dutch Cooperation, NORAD, USAID, UNDP, United Nations, Transparency International and various national governments and international NGOs.